Jim Carrey Returns Fire on Fox News Over ‘Funny or Die’ Anti-Gun Video

Jim Carrey (Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Jim Carrey is not a fan of Fox News.

The network blasted the actor for his recent anti-gun lobby video “Cold Dead Hand,” produced in conjunction with Funny or Die, with channel pundit Greg Gutfeld stating, “[Carrey] is probably the most pathetic tool on the face of the earth and I hope his career is dead and I hope he ends up sleeping in a car. […] This video made me want to go out and buy a gun. He thinks this is biting satire going after rural America and a dead man… He’s a dirty, stinking coward… He’s such a pathetic, sad, little freak. He’s a gibbering mess. He’s a modern bigot.”

Carrey was quick with his response, according to The Huffington Post, and made a statement of his own.

“Since I released my “Cold Dead Hand” video on Funny or Die this week, I have watched Fux News rant, rave, bare its fangs and viciously slander me because of my stand against large magazines and assault rifles,” he wrote. “I would take them to task legally if I felt they were worth my time or that anyone with a brain in their head could actually fall for such irresponsible buffoonery. That would gain them far too much attention which is all they really care about.
I’ll just say this: in my opinion Fux News is a last resort for kinda-sorta-almost-journalists whose options have been severely limited by their extreme and intolerant views; a media colostomy bag that has begun to burst at the seams and should be emptied before it becomes a public health issue.”

He goes on to say, “I sincerely believe that in time, good people will lose patience with the petty and poisonous behavior of these bullies and Fux News will be remembered as nothing more than a giant culture fart that no amount of Garlique could cure.”

Here is the video that triggered the war of words (which already has nearly two million viewers in the span of four days)…

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